Henry Reynolds is the foremost authority on the history of white-Aboriginal relations and his work has had a major impact on the writing of Australian history and on thinking about the Australian past. In Dispossesson he draws on over fifteen years of research to present an important and fascinating collection of documents, dealing with many facets of white-Aboriginal relations, which cover all parts of Australia and the whole period from 1788 to the present. Readership - students of Australian and ethnic studies. In Dispossession, he draws on over fifteen years of research to present an important and fascinating collection of documents dealing with many facets of white-Aboriginal relations. They relate to all parts of Australia and to the whole period from 1788 to the present. The book will be in valuable for students of Australian history and race relations at both university and secondary school. It will also be of great interest to the general reader. The Australian experience is a series which explores major themes in Australia's history in a lively, accessible manner. Titles in the series include: Australia's immigrants, 1788-1988, Spoils and spoilers, Inventing Australia, Aboriginal Australians. For the past two decades, Henry Reynolds has been in the vanguard of the campaign to restore the Aboriginal people to their place in the history of Australia. Author of three previous much-acclaimed books on Australian history, winner of the Ernest Scott Prize for history, he is Professor of History at the James Cook University of North Queensland.
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Henry Reynolds, the best-known historian of Aboriginal Australia, is the author of a number of controversial accounts of the Aboriginal experience. Among his books are The Other Side of the Frontier, The Law of the Land, With the White People, Frontier and Aboriginal Sovereignty.
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Book Description Unwin Hyman, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 43701825